Start small. Ten, twenty minutes of study a day with Mathqubit is all you need to begin your progress. Thirty minutes of study is the max we recommend. However, if you want to spend more time per day, be our guest. But don't get burnt out in a short period of time. The more consistently you can study your Mathqubit sessions, the more you are going to gain. Sometimes, for instance, taking a few weeks break from mathqubit materials is fine as long as you keep learning for the long term.
During the sessions, when you solve a question, set your calculator aside and use your pencil and paper. At Mathqubit, if the numbers get too complicated to be calculated by hand, we will tell you when a calculator is needed. For tedious, repetitious and numerically too complicated problems, a calculator is definitely useful or even necessary. But mostly, if you want to be better at math quicker, write your solutions and answers on a piece of paper. Work them out with a pencil. You'll more likely see your mistakes and improve your skills more quickly.
Use the "Last page Saved" function, and come back the following day to where you left off. Above all, take your time to understand--if you move too quickly, you may miss an important lesson.
Focus on understanding concepts/ideas behind each question. Learning the essential concepts is the most important part of learning math. Memorization without understanding is meaningless in math.
Take advantage of our materials being available to you 24/7. While working with mathqubit.com material, apply what you know about the world when you solve or understand a math question. Draw your own comparisons you find helpful to remember a basic concept. For instance, "Adding two numbers is like imagining two groups of corn flakes and counting them together before eating them."
Associate math concepts with your everyday worldly experiences. You can visualize them or associate them with sound, smell, taste, motion of a planet, the number of hair on your head or some other concrete/abstract comparison--whatever you can imagine that supports your understanding the essential idea--and retaining that idea.
Everyone has different ways of understanding the world and certainly mathematics. Embrace your own unique learning style. Utilize any other 3rd party study materials (daily and long term) that you can understand better, so that you can get different prospects that may fit more of your learning style and also to motivate yourself and focus on what you want to learn. Whatever it takes, your goal is to keep learning and improving regardless of MathQubit. Your knowledge will continue to grow.
Making mistakes is essential to progress because when you make mistakes, your chances of learning are the greatest. So if you want to progress, never afraid of making mistakes. As long as you try to progress, you will make mistakes even if you don't want to. Just choose to learn from them and move forward.
your progress is really up to you--dependent on how consistently you study and the amount of effort and care you put into each session. With consistency and focus, the sessions will prove the best tools available for you to progress and achieve your goals.
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